Living just minutes from the Indiana Dunes and the Lake Michigan shore, bird migration is a common yearly ritual. In my opinion, nothing beats the Sandhill Crane migration. Their size alone; with a wingspan of 5-6 feet, is spectacular to see. On any given day during the migratory season, you can see thousands of them flying overhead.
Here are a few shots I took in March:
This entry was posted on July 30, 2012 by White Pine Photo. It was filed under Birding and was tagged with birds, cranes, flying, Indiana, indiana dunes, migration, migratory, nature, sandhill cranes, wings, wingspan.